No, it is not fake news. Trump wears no clothes, as due the current prohibition of Cannabis, there are no Clothes!
The non-fiction story starting in 1973 when Jack takes the advice of his friend, Captain Ed Adair, and begins compiling tidbits of information about the Cannabis plant and its numerous uses and after 12 years of collecting and compiling historical data, Jack published (1985) his work as “The Emperor Wears No Clothes”, and his book continues to be cited inCannabis rescheduling and re-legalization efforts.
The title of Jack’s book alludes to Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale “The Emperor’s New Clothes” (1837), because Jack uses Andersen’s story as an symbol for the current prohibition of Cannabis. Do you understand now why Trump wears no clothes! So let us hope that Jack (The Hemperor) will bring to the new president in 2020 New Clothes.
The energetic advocate forMarijuana legalization, Jack Herer (June 18, 1939-April 15, 2010) discovered his mission after he served in Korea as an Army military police officer an moved to Los Angeles in 1967. He tried marijuana two years later and quickly became engrossed in learning about it.
The early glass pipe entrepreneur, who opened his first head shop in 1973, was a pro-cannabis and hemp activist, as an activist he taught that the cannabis plant should be decriminalized and argued that it could be used as a renewable source of fuel, medicine, food, fiber and paper and that it can be grown in virtually any part of the world for medicinal as well as economical purposes.
Jack Herer was a great civil rights activist who dedicated his life to theRe-Legalization of Cannabis and the freedom of allPot prisoners. Herer also founded and served as the director of the organization Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP). Forever his name shall be remembered for his tireless effort to spread the Truth about the many uses of Hemp and the conspiracy behind its Prohibition.
Herer wrote an exuberant book that became the bible of the movement to legalize hemp “The Emperor Wears No Clothes”, which was first published in 1985. In it, he displays substantial documentation to ridicule the government’s ban onHemp cultivation and to highlight the plant’s versatility as paper, fiber, fuel, food and medicine.
The book made Herer into one of the most recognizable figures in the marijuana movement and converted him into a pop icon memorialized by a Strain of cannabis. For decades, Herer, known as the Emperor of Hemp or the Hemperor, crisscrossed the U.S. , rhapsodizing about the wonders ofWeed.
Bruce Margolin, one of L.A.’s best-known marijuana defense lawyers, recalls that Herer was always trying to teach people about hemp, He said:
At that time I was ignorant of it like everyone else...He educated me and many, many other people through his book and his lectures.
It is the definite book on cannabis, that explain you, why cannabis is illegal and what cannabis has been used for throughout the centuries. A very excellent book for anyone involved with cannabis legalization and medical marijuana movements.
It is an awesome tool to the fight to legalize or at least decriminalize marijuana. This book battles propaganda with the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. People who don’t know any better call this propaganda but they don’t know any better. Feel free to read the complete book “The Emperor Wears No Clothes” Right Here!
It is a shortDocumentary film based on the book “The Emperor Wears No Clothes”, co-directed by the author Jack Herer and the filmmaker Melissa Balin. It presents celebrities, activists reading excerpts from the definite book on cannabis.
The documentaryFilm displays substantial documentation to ridicule the government’s ban on hemp cultivation and integrates archival footage and government propaganda film “Hemp For Victory” to create an educational look into the Truth about Hemp.
The film premiered in August 2009 at the Laemmle Theatres in Los Angeles for Academy Award consideration and has since had special screenings and premieres at The High Times’ Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam.